This review is what happened after I obsessed for weeks over Food Lovers Diet. We chose to get deep into the ingredients, side effects, customer service quality and clinical research. We even traipsed through hundreds of comments and experiences to see what dieters were saying about results. With all that information in hand, we condensed to give you what you need.
What You Need to Know
To start, Food Lovers Diet is a weight-loss program offered as a book and via the web. You can sign up for a free trial offer, but if you do not cancel the membership you will be charged $65 every three months. There’s a kit that explains everything that is supposed to be used in addition to the website. You can access Food Lovers Diet online so portability is not a problem.
The program is offered by Provida Life Sciences, which opened in 2004. The company has been around quite a while, a good thing in this business. We appreciate that the kit is available online and you can access additional information on the website, but read on…
Poor Customer Service – “Common Problem?”
The first common complaint about Food Lovers Diet relates to customer service. “When you contact a company you want resolution, or at least answers,” says our Research Editor. “The problem comes when dieters do not get the support they deserve.”
“Anyone looking into getting this program – DON”T. Customer service today hung up on me,” claims one customer.
“You never get to speak to someone higher up and all they send you is an email from someone else in customer [service] even though they give a phone numbers out,” reports another.
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Negative Customer Review – “It Matters”
Along with poor customer service are negative reviews. Dieters don’t see the results they expected or were promised by Food Lovers Diet. “I ordered this product and I’m very disappointed with it. There’s too much material and it’s not as easy to use as they say. You’re constantly referring to the multiple guides to figure things out,” says a buyer.
One dieter explains, “You pay for the fancy box but whats inside is double talk and misleading. Tried for a month lost 2 pounds, doubled my food bill as the meals are fancy and sent my sugar count off the wall.”
It’s with experience that we find negative elements of a weight-loss program, like lack of support, can lead to reduced long-term success. If Food Lovers Diet is ineffective with poor customer service, that’s an issue for dieters.
The Science – “Is it Proven?”
We’re not sure what aspects of the program are verifiable through research. We know Food Lovers Diet recipes combine proteins and healthy carbs with good fats, but no details are available on the official website. At DietSpotlight, we look for science because that’s what sets a program apart from the competition and it ensures the buyer gets proven results. Without that support, the dieter could start looking elsewhere.
The Bottom Line – Does Food Lovers Diet Work?
Let’s get right to it with this one. After a long look into the plan we’ve come to just one conclusion. We like the online availability and tools that come with the kit, but we don’t feel comfortable enough to give this one our support because the plan could be ineffective. We also have issue with the BBB rating being an “F” and the customer service department is not helpful, according to dieters.
If shedding those troublesome pounds is your mission, we suggest using a program or supplement with strong scientific support. The plan should come with dedicated customer support and an affordable price.
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